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No one can create a divide in the BJP-INLD alliance: Chautala

Overwhelmed with the response received during the Jan Akrosh Yatra,Indian National Lok Dal Secretary General and parliamentarian Ajay Chautala...

Written by D N DIVAKAR | Ambala |
February 9, 2009 11:57:34 pm

Overwhelmed with the response received during the Jan Akrosh Yatra,Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) Secretary General and parliamentarian Ajay Chautala,on Sunday said the electorate would throw out the inefficient and corrupt Hooda government in the ensuing Lok Sabha elections. He was speaking to media persons at Dosarka Chowk after resuming his yatra from Barara in under Mullana assembly constituency of Ambala district that entered the Yamunanagar district today.

He said that he had joined his grandfather,late Devi Lal,in Nayaya Yudh and Tractor Yatra undertaken by his father Om Prakash Chautala,and the people had helped them oust the ruling governments on both the occasions. The Jan Akrosh Yatra,he said,was in consonance with the previous two yatras and would prove to be a turning point in the history of the state.

On the attack on girls in Mangalore,he said some people were indulging in such acts to get overnight popularity and that they are a danger to the unity and integrity of the nation.

On the anomalies in the new pay scales granted to different categories of the state employees,he said the state government was playing into the hands of the bureaucrats who had submitted controversial reports on the new scales.

Chautala also asserted that mischievous elements would not be allowed to create a divide in the BJP-INLD alliance.

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